CAMBRIDGE, Mass., July 21 (UPI) -- Henry Louis Gates Jr. demanded an apology Tuesday from police who arrested the African-American scholar as he tried to get into his Cambridge, Mass., home.
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Steve Killion, President of the Cambridge Police Superior Officers Association, addresses the media at press conference held by police officials in support of Sgt. James Crowley at the Hotel Marlowe in Cambridge, Massachusetts on July 24, 2009. Crowley was the officer who arrested Harvard University Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. on July 16, 2009 for disorderly conduct, causing controversy questioning whether Crowley's actions were racially motivated. (UPI Photo/Mark Thomson)
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